Hotel Inter-Burgo Daegu Main Bldg.
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Today I went with some other helpers to Gyeongju. We took the bus from Busan which took about 40 minutes. We arrived in Gyeongju and took another bus to the Bulguksa Temple. My first visit to a Korean temple! And it is pretty different from the Japanese, I think. For example the decoration and design. This one had a lot of colorful designs, while the Japanese ones are usually more simple (still beautiful~). The Bulguksa temple isn't just one temple, but there are a few buildings ...
... to tourists who have seemingly been completely misled by the idiot who wrote Lonely Planet as there is no Market, but there is a row of shops that sell herbal medicines. Thankfully we are not too fussy as to what we see so we took a walk down the street to see what they had on offer. Lonely Planet was not completely wrong as the shop windows were full of taxidermy animals advertising the medicines they had on offer, it seems that deers, turtles ...
... t reach them--
He gave it his honest effort, balancing on overused tires and bending past ceramic jars like a noble ninja from a hollywood movie. He grabbed the beads and pulled. Again. One more time. And suddenly, they snapped. The rope broke apart and scattered the wooden balls everywhere. One of them must have hit a smaller ceramic vase, because it fell and ...
... of each class standing on stage for 3 minutes while the teachers snapped pictures. But it was adorable!
After work, a few of us headed down town. This being Korea, we didn't expect to see any Koreans dressed up. (We were pleasantly surprised when we found several groups in costume.) But as Halloween fell on a Thursday, there were very few people out and about. That's alright though, we had a blast all on our own!
Enjoy the pictures. ...
... allowed in South Korea, looked very confused when we spotted one across the border at the DMZ. Asked me to compare North and South Koreas metro systems- I had to lie...Was very thankful for our answers, some she was genuinely totally unaware of. She also believes that South Korea is a US puppet, fair point!
Mr Lee ( No.2):Trainee tour guide. Very nervous to talk to at the start, very hesitant. Well educated; lived in Cambodia for 5 years from 2004-2009. Wants to ...